Jake Gyllenhaal filmed the ‘ambulance’ scene for Michael Bay himself

Co-star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II said he had “never seen anything like it”, with Gyllenhaal directing alongside Bay.

Someone called 9-1-1, because Jake Gyllenhaal may have just secretly made his directorial debut.

Shortly after his sister Maggie Gyllenhaal earned a number of nominations for stepping behind the camera as both the screenwriter and director of the Oscar-nominated Netflix series “The Lost Daughter,” Jake Gyllenhaal is tipped to be… directed scenes for Michael Baybelong to “Ambulance. ”

Gyllenhaal plays a bank robber who cooperates with his brother, do Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, for their biggest heist. As their plan goes south, the duo ends up robbing a ambulance as a means of transportation.

Abdul-Mateen said to Mr that Gyllenhaal “loves the camera” and has even taken on the role of director for certain scenes.

“There was a time when he took the camera from Mike [Bay] and then you look around and Jake is filming that scene,” Abdul-Mateen said. “I have never seen anything like it before. I’m curious about those things, but I would never ask the director if I could shoot a scene.”

“Ambulance” is based on the 2005 Danish film of the same name. Garret Dillahunt, A Martinez, Keir O’Donnell and Moses Ingram complete the action cast, which opens April 8.

As for Gyllenhaal, the actor told Esquire that director Bay “can be rough and he can be awkward,” but that producing was an enjoyable experience. Abdul-Mateen, meanwhile, credits Gyllenhaal for doing “his whole playing field”.

Gyllenhaal is currently adapting Gary Shteyngart’s novel “Lake Success” to the small screen through his production company Nine Stories. Gyllenhaal is slated to star, a narcissistic hedge fund manager catching a cross-country bus to reunite with his college girlfriend and conscience. HBO was originally tied to the project but it is now being ported to various networks. There is no word yet on whether this project will mark Gyllenhaal’s actual directorial debut.

Gyllenhaal said before Diversity In 2014, he was “looking for” the right project to officially make his directorial debut. “I still don’t feel confident enough,” the “Velvet Buzzsaw” star said, adding that he’ll know what the project is about when “his heart fits the material visually.”

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